For the road warrior, the Joby Gorillamobile Ori "amplifies the productivity of the iPad with ergonomic design and sleek protection on-the-go," Olson said. The four main viewing modes are optimized for whatever task you have at hand, so you can position the stand to watch a movie on the plane, flip through a business presentation or type an e-mail at a café – with the ability to adjust the display height and viewing angle to be most comfortable for you.
AOC Breeze Tablet. This tablet has an industry-leading 8-inch, 800-by-600-pixel touch screen and a full USB 2.0 port that runs on the Google Android 2.1 operating system. It is powered by a Rockchip processor, and weighs only 1.1 pounds. "It is a truly mobile device that puts the Internet, e-mail, games, movies and music at your fingertips," Olson said.
The Booq Cobra Case L. This case is the ideal travel companion for the road warrior who needs all his or her toys. With compartments specifically designed for carrying both an iPad and a laptop, the water replant, ballistic nylon Cobra protects and stores all your gear while you’re on the go, Olson said.
Scosche flipCHARGE Rogue. The Rogue packs an 1800mAh capacity, the equivalent of a full charge for the iPhone 4, features a folding USB cable for synching and a blue LED battery level indicator. "It’s perfect for anybody on the go with an iPhone 4 that can’t get to a computer or wall outlet to charge their phone," he said.
Hex Watchband for iPod nano Gen 6. With this watchband, there is no need to bring your watch and your iPod nano on your next trip. The Hex watchband allows users to pop in their nano to double as a stylish watch that is available in 9 fun colors.
From CES 2011 in Las Vegas, Mark Olson of Max Borges Agency weighs in on what the five must-have gadgets are this year for all on-the-go professionals.